Examples of valedictorian in a Sentence
She was the valedictorian of her class in 1985.
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The list comprised only the school’s black students—including its valedictorian.
The valedictorian was Joseph Longo and Marissa Guzzo gave the salutatory address.
Olivares became valedictorian of his high school class and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and Yale Law School.
As their time as Titans ends, Poway High valedictorian Jacob Allen and salutatorian Maria Cullen reflected on the school careers.
Well, all of that concern proves to be pointless when Liberty gives birth to a healthy baby boy and later becomes Degrassi’s valedictorian.
And on Saturday, Makila will cross the stage as valedictorian of Sugar Creek High School’s first senior class.
This week, its last valedictorian will walk the stage.
The class also heard from their valedictorian, Riva Malick, and class officer Jennifer Little — the class salutatorian, Caitlin Ryan, led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance.
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VALEDICTORIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of valedictorian for English Language Learners
: the student who has the highest grades in a graduating class and who gives a speech at graduation ceremonies
VALEDICTORIAN Defined for Kids
Definition of valedictorian for Students
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